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 (kŏm′bə-nə-tôr′ē, kəm-bī′nə-)
1. Combinative.
2. Combinatorial.


(kəmˈbaɪ nəˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i)

1. combinative.
2. combinatorial.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.combinatory - marked by or relating to or resulting from combination
integrative - combining and coordinating diverse elements into a whole
2.combinatory - relating to or involving combinations
integrative - combining and coordinating diverse elements into a whole
3.combinatory - able to or tending to combine
combinative, combinatory - marked by or relating to or resulting from combination


[ˌkɒmbɪˈneɪtərɪ] ADJcombinacional
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It was reported yesterday that As a result of the deal, DanDrit owns a perpetual, fully paid up, royalty free, sub-licensable, exclusive, license to new technology platforms intended for the treatment of HIV, including combinatory gene therapy methods, and Enochian is now a wholly owned subsidiary of DanDrit.
Among the examples of the different applications of electronics to linguistics and literature hosted in Almanacco Letterario Bompiani 1962, it is worth mentioning Nanni Balestrini's literary experiment Tape Mark I (1961: 145-151), one of the first attempts of digital poetry composed by taking advantage of the computer's combinatory logic.
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After this selection process, in 2008, simple crosses were formed through a diallel scheme to find the specific combinatory aptitude (SCA) and the general combinatory aptitude (GCA) of the participating lines (AndresMeza et al.
Whether it's developing combinatory devices for targeting rare and orphan diseases or developing systems that can transform how life can evolve around us, we're here.
The oppositions pile up to such an extent that they come to have, instead of a negating effect, a combinatory one.
As such, the combinatory, sharing aspect of communication patterns is considered to be a 'personalized' approach to knowledge management (Hansen et al.
Leonhard suggests that precaution and proaction--the two principles often deployed to date as possible mitigation tools--are both insufficient to deal with this combinatory, exponential scenario where waiting will be as dangerous as firing ahead.
Different techniques based on stochastic geometry and the theory of random geometric graph including point process theory, percolation theory and probabilistic combinatory have led to results on the connectivity [14].
Unlike Rowe, Tafuri introduced a theoretical dimension into the analysis by describing Palladio's combinatory logic as producing an Eco-esque "open work," thereby presupposing a variable compliance with classical norms.
Interdisciplinary/Combinatory approaches: Interdisciplinary and combinatory approaches mentioning CS issues were reported in two articles: (a) In order for CS concepts be integrated into the teaching process, two simulations of known CGs, "Set" and "War," were implemented by teachers using the "Alice" software (Kelleher, 2006).